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In the course of a number of diseases in infancy and childhood acetone bodies are excreted in the urine in sufficient quantity to be detected by qualitative tests. Acidosis may or may not be present; but in the overwhelming majority of cases with acetonuria acidosis is absent. This statement...
Largely as the result of the enthusiastic endorsement of Northrup1 of New York in a series of papers on the subject, published between 1904 and 1906, the cold-air treatment of pneumonia has been more or less completely adopted by most pediatricians and by many practitioners. No very satisfactory...
The intensive work done during the last twenty years on the functional nervous disorders of the adult has brought about a marked change of attitude in dealing with them. We are less inclined to attribute these disorders to hypothetical intoxications, nor are we satisfied with a mere reference to...
We have had to contend with the problem of vaginitis, just as so many others have had to do in similar institutions. It is not my intention to write a review of the trials and tribulations encountered during the five years since we have been housed in modern buildings and have made every effort...
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